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Take part in skills and networking events for 18 - 35 year old artists in the creative sector across East Africa and the UK.
Events can vary from workshops, seminars, to jam sessions and masterclasses, all designed in partnership with creative leaders and the British Council.
The Walk Talk Write workshop was one of the events of the KLAART festival in August of 2018. Jepkorir Rose Kiptum tells us her experience
Come experience the collaborative development of art installations by Africa Nouveau and the Somerset-based music and art festival, Kallida.
This collaboration resulted in a live fashion shoot that spoke to the festivals’ theme Afro-Bubblegum which encourages the creation of African Art that is fun, fearless and frivolous.
43 Kampala dancers spent a week of intensive auditions and workshops this February 2019 in Kampala with Impact Dance (UK) in a series of free workshops hosted at the National Theatre.
The Ngalabi Short Film Festival is a cultural collaboration between Maisha Film Lab and Goethe-Zentrum, Kampala. The program showcases short films from Uganda and East Africa
As a film curator, Polly Kamukama has worked with most of the leading film festivals in Uganda. Find out about his experience in the 2018 Uganda European Film Festival
Kenyan saxophonist, Rabai and percussionist Kasiva Mutua improvised during the live screening of the 1961 film 'All night Long'. Find out what happened.
MOBO award-winners Sons of Kemet performed and taught masterclasses as part of the Safaricom Jazz International Festival, 16 - 21 February 2016.
East African Soul Train (E.A.S.T.) is a unique mobile residency bringing together artists from across the East African region to collaborate across artistic disciplines.
In this Creative Hustle, stakeholders came together to discuss how filmmakers can gain support for their work.
As part of Rwanda’s nation-wide ‘Rwanda Reads September 2016 literacy programme’, the British Council Rwanda co-hosted a double book launch at the Impact Hub Kigali.
On 8 and 9 March 2017, the British Council partnered with HEVA Fund - a Creative Economy transformer- to deliver a Creative Finance Symposium in Nairobi, Kenya.
Nairobi Horns pianist George Nyoro, in a casual conversation, defines Jazz beautifully as “the cave you can run to when looking for complexity.”